The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission has a full agenda for the February 10 meeting in Helena, according to Joleen Tadej in a news release.

The commissioners will make final decisions on the 2017 spring turkey license quotas, along with the Future Fisheries Projects and a rule on allowing lighted nocks on arrows.
Other final decisions expected at the meeting in the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Headquarters will be approval of waters for commercial bait seining annual rule and the wildlife management area biennial public use rule.

Migratory bird regulations for 2017 are up for discussion, too.

Projects coming before the board include work at a number of fishing access sites, right-of-way expansion at Ninepipes Wildlife Management Area, and a memorandum of understanding with the US Bureau of Reclamation concerning the Freezeout Lake Wildlife Management Area.

More information is available at the commission website.